Jethro uses classic joinery in a refined and sensitive way. Inspired by her training in fine cabinet making, Sarah Kay has employed her deep understanding of woodworking to creating something that is both layered and beautifully simple.
Subtle details make this well-crafted design stand out. The legs are broad but facetted with a deep chamfer to the inside edges, which catch the light and create a slim silhouette, the chamfered table top adds to the light aesthetic. The end rails of the frame have through tenons wedged with walnut showing a textured end grain detail on the outside of the legs. The long brace is fixed with walnut pegs, which contrast well with the solid ash of the table.
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